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United Irishmen 1798 Memorial (Ireland)

Monument to The Royal Ulster Riflemen who Died in The Boer Wars (Ireland) Belfast

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30 Three Graces Statues in Dublin, Ireland

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23 O'Connell Monument Victory Statue in Dublin, Ireland

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35 Chapel and Graduates Memorial Building at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland

Hungry Heart Famine memorial ~Edward Delaney

15 Former Irish Parliament House in Dublin, Ireland

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Site of the earliest known Irish Parliament & The oldest intact stone window in Western Europe

Theobald Wolfe Tone 1763-1798

The Brazen Head is located on Bridge Street. This is the area from where the original settlement that was to become Dublin got its name. The Irish name for ...

Cyclists resting at the feet of the father of Irish republicanism. I wonder what they

The Brazen Head Pub, Dublin, Ireland (photo by Ian Hadden, 2015)

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His works are in various corporate and private collections in Ireland and abroad.

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The Famine, or An Górta Mór, the Great Hunger, took more than one million lives, between those that died of starvation and those that left Ireland for a ...

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22 Ireland's Oldest Pub in Dublin, Ireland

An original copy of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic was displayed in the museum at the GPO. The museum was closed at the end of May 2015 and replaced ...

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One of the best preserved and much over-looked medieval towns in Ireland

My next entrance is to the first Irish Public House or 'pub” ever recorded in 1198, located in Dublin, Ireland: The Brazen Head. The United Irishmen planned ...

Brazenhead Pub Dublin

Visiting this site is well worth the effort. It is open Memorial Day to Labor Day every day but Monday and is free. The day I visited there was not a soul ...

It was here that the United Irishmen planned their revolution and Robert Emmet used the pub to plan The Rising of 1798. A prime location for plotting ...

Also a prison, once holding Theobald Wolfe Tone who was one of the main leaders of the 1798 revolt and was convicted of treason here.

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Farming required a large family to tend the crops and the population grew as a result of need. Poverty forced the Irish to rely upon the potato and the ...

Atop the dome is “Wisconsin”, sculpted by Daniel Chester French of New York. She holds a globe with an eagle in one hand and wears a helmet of the state ...

Anna Livia (monument) - The sculpture in its current location

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... and in Dublin on St Patrick's Day 1858, following an organising tour through the length and breadth of the country, founded the Irish counterpart of the ...

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During the War of 1870, correspondents of Irish journals who were attached, to the German forces were not infrequently twitted with the friendly feeling ...

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The ground floor covers Emigration to America

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The heroic bronze figures of the monument were the work of Breton Sculptor Yann Renard Goulet and the architect was Uinseann Mac Eoin.

One of Ireland's finest portal tombs with 2 capstones still intact

Monument to the War of 1812

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Today in Irish History: 17 July 1798 – Death of Henry Joy McCracken.

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Today in Irish History: 14 July 1798 – John and Henry Sheares are convicted and hanged in Dublin.

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1805 in Ireland - 1805 Irish penny, bearing George III's portrait.

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Theobald Wolfe Tone, a Protestant-born, secular revolutionary who founded the Society of United Irishmen to foment revolution and who was later to cut his ...

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United Irishmen 1798 Memorial (Ireland)

Monument to The Royal Ulster Riflemen who Died in The Boer Wars (Ireland) Belfast

Stair na hÉireannHistory, Ireland, Irish History1798 United Irishmen Rebellion, Catholic, Dublin, Dublin Castle, France, French Troops, James Napper Tandy, ...

US Army 2ID Monument. Omaha Beach, Normandy, France

79th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument , Chickamauga, Georgia Civil War Art, American Civil War,

US Infantry Division Monument, Washington DC. Davidmyers · ''Brazen Bronze and ...

Monument to The Battle of Three Rocks (Wexford Rebellion of 1798) Monuments, Battle

Monument to Dragut (Ottoman Naval Commander) (Istanbul)

1798 Irish Rebellion Memorial Emerald Isle, Ireland Travel, Dublin, Irish, Scotland,

Statue Of Gaelic Chieftain, Red Hugh O'Donnell; Donegal Town, County Donegal, Ireland

The Drummer by Barry Flanagan- Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

War Memorial, Queen's University, Belfast

During the famine, over 1 million Irish died and another million ... Irish

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Confederate General Joseph Finegan Monument, Olustee, Florida America Civil War, War Image,

Robert Emmet March 1778 – 20 September was an Irish nationalist, orator and rebel leader born in Dublin, Ireland

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Scotland's first public statue of Mary, Queen of Scots. The bronze, seven-

25 James Joyce Statue in Dublin, Ireland

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34 William Lecky Statue at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland

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30 Three Graces Statues in Dublin, Ireland

in 1798 – United Irishmen Rebellion: In the first Battle of Enniscorthy, the rebels take the town. – Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland

Memorial to those who died in the Great Famine, located beside the River Liffey in Dublin.

Famine Memorial in Dublin - In Ireland, the Great Famine was a period of mass

Edward Tipping, 2nd Son of Edward Tipping of Bellurgan Park, Co. Louth, d. 17 Aug 1798 aged 35. Memorial tablet at Yorkminster, York, Yorkshire, England

This life-size bronze statue of James Joyce, crafted by Marjorie Fitzgibbon, was installed in 1990 and commemorates one of the giants of century literature.

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The Kiss, statue by Rowan Gillespie, 1989, Dublin, Ireland. The statue

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The Last Resting Places of Notable Irishmen by J. J. Burke (London, aft. 1939

Cumann na mBan (Irishwomen's Council) were a paramilitary organisation founded in 1914 to act as auxiliaries to the Irish Volunteers.

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23 O'Connell Monument Victory Statue in Dublin, Ireland

Cyclists resting at the feet of the father of Irish republicanism. I wonder what they

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FAMINE MEMORIAL

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Francis Sheehy Skeffington, memorial Cathel Brugha Barracks, Rathmines, Dublin.

'Women of the Irish Revolution' by Liz Gillis tells the story of the role

A central aspect of Irish folklore is the wealth of traditional beliefs and superstitions which have been held by Irish people over the centuries.

How Periodic Rebellions Against British Rule Defined Ireland of the 1800s

Alamo Funeral Pyre - Second Marker. Click for full size.

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Hungry Heart Famine memorial ~Edward Delaney

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O'Reilly's prison photograph of 1866 comes from the Thomas Larcom Mountjoy Prison Collection; the portrait is from the Life by J. J. Roche (1891) ...

15 Former Irish Parliament House in Dublin, Ireland

Site of the earliest known Irish Parliament & The oldest intact stone window in Western Europe

His works are in various corporate and private collections in Ireland and abroad.

It was here that the United Irishmen planned their revolution and Robert Emmet used the pub to plan The Rising of 1798. A prime location for plotting ...

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35 Chapel and Graduates Memorial Building at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland

Theobald Wolfe Tone 1763-1798

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There's a London Celtic Punk sticker that reads 'It's not blood that makes you Irish but a willingness to be part of the Irish nation' and The Paddyhats are ...

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The Brazen Head Pub, Dublin, Ireland (photo by Ian Hadden, 2015)

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The Famine, or An Górta Mór, the Great Hunger, took more than one million lives, between those that died of starvation and those that left Ireland for a ...

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The Tart with the Cart

22 Ireland's Oldest Pub in Dublin, Ireland

He joined the United Irishmen and planned for a rebellion. He was betrayed by informants and on this day in 1798, died of wounds received while resisting ...

One of the many tragic ironies of famine stricken Ireland is that as people died of

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The River of Life or The Floozy in the Jacuzzi

JOYCE, P.W. Irish Music and Song: Collection of

One of the best preserved and much over-looked medieval towns in Ireland

My next entrance is to the first Irish Public House or 'pub” ever recorded in 1198, located in Dublin, Ireland: The Brazen Head. The United Irishmen planned ...

Set in the west of Ireland in 1847 at the very height of An Gorta Mór, the story begins with ...

Farming required a large family to tend the crops and the population grew as a result of need. Poverty forced the Irish to rely upon the potato and the ...

Today in Irish History: 17 July 1798 – Death of Henry Joy McCracken.

Today in Irish History: 22 June 1798 – Execution of John Kelly, also known as 'Kelly of Killane'.

... and in Dublin on St Patrick's Day 1858, following an organising tour through the length and breadth of the country, founded the Irish counterpart of the ...

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OF IRELAND.

During the War of 1870, correspondents of Irish journals who were attached, to the German forces were not infrequently twitted with the friendly feeling ...

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One of Ireland's finest portal tombs with 2 capstones still intact